GOP Rep. Moore: Questions Pelosi’s and Biden’s Roles in Jan. 6th Riot

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Ahead of the 2022 midterms, Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL) is advocating that Republicans look to use their leadership powers to achieve success. While the shift is not set in stone, it is looking very likely with each passing day. As people tire of the progressive politics and cancel culture that is synonymous with the left, there are lots of things to consider.

One is the potential House Judiciary chairmanship for Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH). Given the changing of the guard that is on the table, it is only right that we get someone new to step up to the plate and take that role over. It’s not an easy position to hold, and it requires real moxie to be productive with people pulling you in 20 different directions at once.

The potential impeachment of Joe Biden is on the table as well when the tide changes. With his actions and statements to go against the Constitution in various manners the possibility of his impeachment certainly exists.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) could also find herself being investigated in connection to the January 6th insurrection. Given the highly publicized nature of the planned events of that date, the question of why the security was so lax falls pretty squarely on her shoulders.

Appearing on “FM Talk 1065,” Rep. Moore made his reasoning for these potential scenarios clear. “You know, both parties play politics sometimes, but I think at this point with a constitutional republic, it is going to benefit us to look into some of these issues that undermined our Constitution or tried to undermine our Constitution. And I look forward to Jim Jordan heading Judiciary Committee. I think there’s a lot of opportunities for him to get to the bottom of some of this, to open some of these hearings.”

As Rep. Moore continued, he raised the tough topics. “Impeaching Biden may be part of that. It may be on the table. Certainly, what role did Pelosi play in January 6? That’s the reason [Jordan] and Banks are not on [the January 6] committee right now. They would have some pretty tough questions for her — how we managed to have such lax security knowing there was probably going to be some people in D.C. that day. There are a lot of unanswered questions.

With the Republicans gearing up for what looks to be a clear changing of the guard, the House of Representatives is ready for whatever lies ahead. As the old leaders are being led off to pasture, the new blood is coming in. As more and more millennials are getting involved with politics, perhaps it’s time for conservatives to begin thinking long-term plans.

While getting revenge on the hateful left will most certainly be a sweet, sweet thing, nothing is better than locking them out of power for years to come. That happens by reaching out to the younger generations. The reason the progressives were able to gain traction so quickly is because they spoke about and gave offers to support things younger Americans care about. Student loan forgiveness, illegal immigration, and healthcare for all are part of that message.

They care about these subjects because they have lived them. Their parents told them how important college was and, in essence, forced it on them. Illegal immigrants sat next to them in school and played with them on the playgrounds growing up. They watched friends and family members without robust insurance die from various medical problems. By claiming they would get those things for giving in, they got their attention. If the conservatives want to keep this newly found power, we will need to reach these kids.